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It is a low cost alternative. It can be used as an interim choice until you get a true audio interface tailored for a recording studio. I use them to connect to my laptop for recording group mixes for live performances on a bus mix. It works well for that type of application. It has quality sound recording and playback at CD quality.
find a tape player/recorder than has the capability to connect to a computer connect your tape player/recorder to your computer open windows explorer navigate to the tape player open it then select the files you want to copy to your computer right click select copy then navigate to the place where you want them saved or you can select the files hold the muse cursor on them drag them to the place you want to save them and drop them into it
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THERE IS NO PROBLEM IN YOU WINDOWS:
1.THE DRIVERS WOULD BE HAVING ANY MALWARE IN IT SO THE SERVER WOULD BE BLOCKING IT.
2.LINK COULD BE BROKING AGAIN AND AGAIN.
3.TRY TO DOWNLOAD FROM ANY OTHER CONNECTION OR FOM ANY OTHER COMPUTER.
4.IT 2 DOES NOT WORK TRY TO CONTACT YOUR DEALER.
Just connect: one output from 100fx to uca202 line in. Connect an output that corresponds what you want to get (e.g. if you're going to record something use record out or main out) one line input from 100fx to uca202 line out. the USB cable from uca202 to your laptop's USB port. The solution is the same (in general) whatever mixer you may have.
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hi, the the drivers are not signed and caused stability issue, (blue screen) the device itself is not actual hardware(audio codec) my recoding software could not set it up. you can do as i did and get abetter unit for about 20 bucks more.. hope this helps.
Check the recording buffer latency on your recording software. And so you know, you should max your ram out with that soundcard. or have everyone record there parts in as, 5 ins is alot for a machine to process, especially if youre recording to 1 track..brutal, and the final recording will be real muddy.